Cloud-Based On-Demand eCommerce Platform to Integrate with’s Premier Auction Marketplace

CDC Software (NASDAQ: CDCS), a global provider of enterprise software applications and services, today announced it plans to integrate its cloud-based on-demand eCommerce platform with one of North America’s premier auction marketplaces as part of a strategic partnership with (NASDAQ: BIDZ), a leading online jewelry auctioneer in North America.

This partnership is expected to help CDC eCommerce customers, that include some of the world’s leading brand manufacturers and retailers, increase sales volume, as well as leverage an alternate channel of distribution for their products. As part of this partnership, customers can list items, like consumer electronics, computers and sports related products, which are not specialities of this jewelry auctioneer, exclusively into through its CDC cloud-based eCommerce system. This will help CDC eCommerce customers’ help increase online sales though auctioning off excess inventory into a highly visible distribution channel. In turn, CDC eCommerce customers also will provide with access to products beyond jewelry which helps them expand in the growing online auction marketplace.

CDC eCommerce is a cloud-based on-demand eCommerce platform based on a 100 percent multi-tenant architecture that helps retailers and manufacturers effectively sell products through multiple online sales channels and across international boundaries. CDC eCommerce powers more than 150 ecommerce sites in 10 countries that include some of the world’s leading brands such as Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Dell Financial Services, Philips, Major League Baseball, Wolford, Genco, American Airlines, National Football League (NFL), Sears, Starwood, United Airlines and National Hockey League (NHL). offers live auctions on its website 24 hours a day, seven days a week. also features a unique live auction process where bidding ends at a preset deadline, unlike other sites where auctions can last for days. auctions are fast-paced with auctions that last as long as there are bidding, and close if there has not been a bid in 15 seconds.

“This partnership provides CDC Software with a new exclusive distribution channel for customers while adding additional opportunities for transactional revenue,” said Gary Black, general manager of CDC eCommerce product line of CDC Software. “Customers can utilize this new channel to help increase their sales and ultimately grow their bottom line.”

“We are delighted to partner with CDC Software and provide their world class customers exclusive access to our unique auction marketplace,” said Leon Kuperman, president of “We believe that can help bring these customers’ excess inventory into a highly visible distribution channel that has bidders from as many as 130 countries. CDC eCommerce customers also will provide us with access to products beyond jewelry that will help us expand even further in the growing online auction marketplace.”

About, founded in 1998, is a leading online retailer of jewelry. Bidz offers its products through a live auction format as well as a fixed price online retail store,’s auctions are also available in Arabic, German and Spanish. To learn more about visit its website at, which is not part of this press release. Bidz also operates Modnique, a division of, an exclusive private sale shopping site for members-only, offering authentic premium brand name merchandise. Modnique offers its members exclusive access to 24-72 hour sales events on designer apparel, accessories, shoes, and houseware and much more at price points up to 85 percent below traditional retail prices. To learn more about Modnique visit its website at, which is not part of this press release.

About CDC eCommerce

CDC eCommerce ( is a leading cloud-based on-demand eCommerce platform for retailers and manufacturers that helps them effectively sell products through multiple online sales channels and across international boundaries. Powering more than 150 ecommerce sites in 10 countries, CDC eCommerce provides its client base with a unique combination of technology and professional services, allowing these organizations to effectively outsource core elements of their eCommerce operations. Many of the most well respected brands in the world, such as Sirius Satellite Radio, Major League Baseball, and Dell Financial Services, use CDC eCommerce.

About CDC Software

CDC Software (NASDAQ: CDCS), The Customer-Driven Company™, is a provider of enterprise software applications and a full range of services designed to help organizations deliver a superior customer experience, while increasing efficiencies and profitability. Leveraging a service-oriented architecture (SOA), CDC Software offers multiple delivery options for their solutions including on-premise, hosted, cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS) or blended-hybrid deployment offerings. CDC Software’s solutions include enterprise requirements planning (ERP), manufacturing operations management, enterprise manufacturing intelligence, supply chain management (demand management, order management and warehouse and transportation management), e-Commerce, human capital management, customer relationship management (CRM), complaint management and aged care solutions.

CDC Software’s recent acquisitions are part of its “acquire, integrate, innovate and grow” strategy. Fueling the success of this strategy is the company’s global scalable business and technology infrastructure featuring multiple complementary applications and services, domain expertise in vertical markets, cost effective product engineering centers in India and China, a highly collaborative and fast product development process utilizing Agile methodologies, and a worldwide network of direct sales and channel operations. This strategy has helped CDC Software deliver innovative and industry-specific solutions to more than 6,000 customers worldwide within the manufacturing, distribution, transportation, retail, government, real estate, financial services, health care, and not-for-profit industries. For more information, please visit